Meduit to Close Greensburg Facility

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North Carolina-based Meduit has detailed plans to close its medical revenue cycle outsourcing services facility in Greensburg. In a notice to the state, the company says the closure will affect 82 employees, however they will have the opportunity to commute or relocate to Meduit's office in Indianapolis.

A spokesperson for Meduit tells Inside INdiana Business the decision to close the facility follows several acquisitions over the past few years. The company says an analysis of its current space utilization showed an excess in capacity in comparison to its growth plans. The Greensburg location was chosen to be closed because its lease was up for renewal and the company already has "significant space" available at its Indianapolis office.

"In an effort to more efficiently utilize the space of existing offices, Meduit has decided to close our office in Greensburg, IN and to consolidate those jobs into other existing Meduit offices," the company said in a statement. "The majority of the jobs will be moved to our Indianapolis office over the course of the next few months. All employees in good standing have been provided the opportunity to commute or relocate to Indianapolis, or to fill any other open position with the company. Remaining impacted employees who cannot relocate or commute will be offered a reasonable period of salary and benefit continuation to assist them in transitioning to new jobs."

The facility is expected to close between February 28 and March 15. Meduit, which has five additional locations throughout the country, says it hopes to retain as many employees as possible. 

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